Just Cause: Mobile Free-to-Play Multiplayer, Co-Op Mods Announced
Just Cause (Just Cause Mobile) has been announced in the Game Awards. It is an isometric action shooting game in Just Cause. The Just Cause game series first released the game of the same name on PC and consoles in 2006, and the latest version-Just Cause 4-came out in 2018. Now, the publisher Square Enix has announced a mobile version of the game, which will be free-to-play. This version will be released on iOS and Android devices next year. There is no exact release date yet.
Justifiable Defense: Mobile devices will be set up in the legitimate defense universe, Square Enix pointed out that it is specifically designed for mobile devices. The game contains an action-packed story campaign, a competitive multiplayer game, can support up to 30 players, four-player Co-Op missions, and so on. It is supported by Unreal Engine 4 and can be played using in-app purchases for free. Square Enix will share more details about in-app purchases on Just Cause Mobile social media channels in the coming months
The Just Cause series of products was created by Avalanche Studios and published by Square Enix. However, the mobile version was not developed by Avalanche Studios, but by a dedicated team inside Square Enix. The official website says the game will be released on iOS and Android devices in 2021. The team has not yet determined an exact release date.
The game was exhibited at the 2020 Game Awards and brought many announcements. The second part of The Last of America won awards such as Game of the Year, Best Game Director, Best Narrative, Best Audio Design, Best Performance (Laura Bailey) and more. Elden Ring won the “Most Anticipated Game award, Tsushima’s “Ghost” won the best art direction, and No Man’s Sky won the “Continuous Game award. In mobile games, we have won the best mobile game award and the best multiplayer game award.